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February 2014

Research participants needed for study of
BRCA1 and BRCA2 Genetic Modifiers
Click Here for more information

Article in the New York Times "When Men Get Breast Cancer."
This is a provacative new photography series featuring the faces,
and scars, of men with breast cancer. Please click here to read the full article.



If you were unable to attend the seminar
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AS A HEALTH CARE CONSUMER
which was held on Wednesday, November 20, 2013
or if you would like more information, please click the links below
to review the presentation given by
Denise Snow, JD, RN, CNM, NP
in either powerpoint (.ppt) or (pdf) format.

Click here for the "Know your Rights" Powerpoint Presentation

Click here for the "Know your Rights" PDF Presentation

 

October 2013

True Love After Breast Cancer
Click here to read an article posted in Everyday Health.
Theresa Back-Huggett never imagined she'd be dealing
with breast cancer at age 26. Now happily married, she talks
about her struggles dating with breast cancer.

 

Things Are Looking Pink at Adelphi University.
Click here to read an article posted in the
Long Island Business News regarding our campus wide
breast cancer awareness campaign which is the
first of its kind for a major university.

 

September 2013

Cancer Survivor Gives Back.
Click here to read about Adelphi Breast Cancer Hotline
volunteer Narges Rothermel.

Westbury Cancer Survivors Give Back.
Grateful residents volunteer with Adelphi Breast Cancer Hotline.
Click here to read more.

 

August 2013

The importance of screening and early detection for breast cancer
may seem well known. But according to the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) not everyone has heeded the message and breast cancer is a primary cancer killer of Latino women. Angelica and Naomi,
breast health educators from the Sisters United in Health/Hermanas
Unidas en la Salud initiative collaborated with the Hispanic Access Foundation
to provide breast health workshops in New York to educate
about prevention and early detection of breast cancer. -
Click here to read more.

 

July 2013

Click here to read an article posted in Newsday about the BRCA mutations.
Gene's Family Legacy

Delthia Ricks, Newsday 7/8/2013

 

June 2013

Click here to read an article posted online at USA Today.com
Gene flaws common in black women with breast cancer

Marilynn Marchione, Associated Press 6/3/2013

Click here to read an article printed in Science Daily
Single Dose Radiation at Time of Surgery Helps Women With Early
Stage Breast Cancer Forego 6-7 Week Radiation Regimen

Science Daily, 7/5/2012

Click here to read the story of two women, great food and good deeds.
A Big Serving Of Southern Fried Goodness
Long Island Weekly, Anton Community Newspapers, 6/26/2013 - 7/2/2013

 

May 2013

Click here to read
Fighting With Their Feet

Cousins battle breast cancer with fund-raising walks.
Printed in the Anton Community Newspaper 5/3/2013

Click here to read
AG Shuts Down Major Professional Fundraiser
Printed in New York Nonprofit Press, 5/6/2013